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  1. Pre-pandemic family resources and child self-regulation in children’s internalizing problems during COVID-19: a multi-level social-ecological framework for emotional resilience
  2. Internal Migration and Cohabitation in China: A Mixed-method Study
  3. Self-regulation and academic achievement among Singaporean young children: A cross-cultural comparison in a multicultural Asian society
  4. The influence of socioeconomic status and appearance‐reality understanding on pre‐schoolers' sharing and generosity
  5. Emerging Dimensions of Marriage in Asia
  6. Family Dynamics in Cross-National Families With Young Children in Singapore
  7. Achievement gaps before school in Singapore: Family SES, parental values and young children's self-regulation
  8. Are centenarians successful agers? Evidence from China
  9. The home literacy environment mediates effects of socio‐economic status on infant vocabulary development
  10. Effects of socio‐economic status on infant native and non‐native phoneme discrimination
  11. Paternity leave, family dynamics, and children's behavior in Singapore
  12. Structural vulnerability and neoliberal subjectivities of low-income binational families in Singapore
  13. Cohort matters: The relationships between living arrangements and psychological health from the Korean Longitudinal Study of Aging (KLoSA)
  14. Demographic and Family Transition in Southeast Asia
  15. Education and Youth Unemployment in Southeast Asia
  16. Child Health in Southeast Asia
  17. Fertility
  18. Internal migration, marriage timing and assortative mating: a mixed-method study in China
  19. Family policies and care regimes in Asia
  20. Why do Chinese adolescent girls outperform boys in achievement tests?
  21. Aging in East Asia: New Findings on Retirement, Health, and Well-Being
  22. Socioeconomic development and young adults’ propensity of living in one-person households: Compositional and contextual effects
  23. An achievement test for Chinese preschool children: Validity and social correlates
  24. Old Bonds, New Ties: Contextualizing Family Transitions in Re-partnerships, Remarriage and Stepfamilies in Asia
  25. Parental migration and children’s psychological and cognitive development in China: differences and mediating mechanisms
  26. Examining Social Mobility amongst Remarried Ethnic Minority Women in Singapore
  27. Labor Market Uncertainties for Youth and Young Adults: An International Perspective
  28. The Country That Never Retires: The Gendered Pathways to Retirement in South Korea
  29. Hopes and Hurdles: Rural Migrant Children’s Education in Urban China
  30. Objective Measurement for Assessing Students’ Reflective Abilities During the Social Work Practicum
  31. Health of left-behind children in China: Evidence from mediation analysis
  32. Educational Resilience Among Asian Children in Challenging Family Environment
  33. Childhood conditions and productive aging in China
  34. Contextualizing productive aging in Asia: Definitions, determinants, and health implications
  35. Gender matters: Productive social engagement and the subsequent cognitive changes among older adults
  36. Migration and marriage in Asian contexts
  37. Internal migration, marriage timing and assortative mating: a mixed-method study in China
  38. Education and Childrearing Decision-Making in East Asia
  39. Migration and children's psychosocial development in China: When and why migration matters
  40. Reciprocal Dynamics of Solo-Living and Health Among Older Adults in Contemporary China
  41. Contributions of Research Based on the PSID Child Development Supplement
  42. Long-Term Care for Older Adults in ASEAN Plus Three: The Roles of Family, Community, and the State in Addressing Unmet Eldercare Needs
  43. Social exclusion and cognitive impairment - A triple jeopardy for Chinese rural elderly women
  44. An Ecological Framework for Active Aging in China
  45. Families in Southeast and South Asia
  46. Introduction to Special Issue of Journal of Cross Cultural Gerontology on Elder-Care Issues in Southeast and East Asia
  47. Family and Population Changes in Singapore
  48. Conclusion
  49. Age of Retirement and Human Capital in an Aging China, 2015–2050
  50. Academic Resilience in Rural Chinese Children: Individual and Contextual Influences
  51. The relationship between childhood physical abuse and suicidal ideation among Chinese university students: Possible moderators
  52. For Money or for a Life: A Mixed-Method Study on Migration and Time Use in China
  53. Academic risk and resilience for children and young people in Asia
  54. Exogenous Nitric Oxide Suppresses in Vivo X-ray-Induced Targeted and Non-Targeted Effects in Zebrafish Embryos
  55. Paradox in marriage values and behavior in contemporary China
  56. THU0548 Sleep Architecture and Clinical Parameters in fibromyalgia and Osteoarthritis
  57. Paternity Leave
  58. Fathers as Caregivers
  59. Growing Up in One-Parent Families in Asia
  60. Academic risk and academic resilience: individual, contextual and cultural influences on the educational development of Asian children
  61. Left Behind by Parents in China: Internal Migration and Adolescents’ Well-Being
  63. UNICEF
  64. Marriage and Family in East Asia: Continuity and Change
  65. Living Alone
  66. Temporal-spatial patterns of one-person households in China, 1982-2005
  67. One-person households in India
  68. Parental Spending on School-Age Children: Structural Stratification and Parental Expectation
  69. Heterogeneity in Contemporary Chinese Marriage
  70. Marriage in Asia
  71. AB0864 Fatigue in Fibromyalgia Syndrome and Patients with Osteoarthritis
  72. Youth Early Employment and Behavior Problems
  73. United Nations Economic Commission for Europe
  74. Qualitative Job Index
  75. Higher Education Expansion and Social Stratification in China
  76. Implications of the College Expansion Policy for Social Stratification
  77. Chinese Social Policy in a Time of Transition
  78. Transitioning to Adulthood in Asia
  79. Coming of Age in Times of Change
  80. Economic Stress, Human Capital, and Families in Asia
  81. Economic Stress, Human Capital, and Families in Asia: Research and Policy Challenges
  82. Economic Stress and Health Among Rural Chinese Elderly
  83. Rolling back of the state in child care? Evidence from urban China
  84. Shifting boundaries of care in Asia: an introduction
  85. Care expectations, mismatched: state and family in contemporary Singapore
  86. Hoping for a Phoenix
  87. Asian Fatherhood
  88. Economic Stress, Quality of Life, and Mortality for the Oldest-Old in China
  89. Measuring Respiratory Health in Longitudinal Social Science Surveys
  90. The black–white test score gap and early home environment
  91. Black–White Achievement Gap and Family Wealth
  92. Black-White Differences in Occupational Prestige
  93. The Distribution of Children's Developmental Resources
  94. Childhood family structure and young adult behaviors
  95. How Money Matters for Young Children's Development: Parental Investment and Family Processes
  96. Covariance Structure Models for Fixed and Random Effects
  97. Childhood family structure and young adult behaviors
  98. Children's Time With Fathers in Intact Families
  99. An anomalous martensitic transformation in Mn85Ni9C6
  100. Putting Fathers Back in the Picture
  101. How Much Does Childhood Poverty Affect the Life Chances of Children?
  102. Childhood Welfare Receipt and the Implications of Welfare Reform
  103. Timing of childhood events and early-adult household formation
  104. Extent and consequences of welfare dependence among America's children
  105. Les familles monoparentales aux Etats-Unis. Dynamique, niveau de vie et consequences sur le developpement de l'enfant
  106. Panel Study of Income Dynamics, 1968-1999: Annual Core Data
  107. Panel Study of Income Dynamics, 1968-1999: Supplemental Files
  108. Panel Study of Income Dynamics, 1968-1999: Supplemental Files
  109. Panel Study of Income Dynamics, 1989-1990: Latino Sample
  110. Panel Study of Income Dynamics, 1968-1999: Annual Core Data
  111. Panel Study of Income Dynamics, 1989-1990: Latino Sample
  112. Fathers
  113. Children's Time Use and Parental Involvement in Low-Income Families
  114. Explaining the Black–White achievement gap: An intergenerational stratification and developmental perspective.
  116. INDEX